Netflix 'Carnaval': Air time, how to live stream, plot, trailer and all you need to know about Brazilian musical comedy

Social media influencer Nina decides to get over a breakup in the best way possible -- by living it large at 'Carnaval'!


                            Netflix 'Carnaval': Air time, how to live stream, plot, trailer and all you need to know about Brazilian musical comedy
Giovana Cordeiro as Nina in 'Carnaval' (Netflix)

If being stuck in a pandemic has you dreaming about travel, don't worry. While hitting the open road and exploring new cities and countries might not be an available option just yet, now is as good a time as any to consider the next best option, traveling through movies! After all, experiencing a new place through screens can often serve as the perfect travel inspiration for adventures that are yet to come. 

If you're looking for the perfect adventure, look no further than Netflix movie, 'Carnaval'. When social media influencer Nina finds out that her boyfriend has been cheating on her just before their big romantic getaway, she decides to take matters into her own hands and plan the ultimate girls trip, experiencing Carnaval in Salvador!

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Air time

'Carnaval' releases on June 2, 2021.

How to live stream

You can watch the movie on Netflix.

Plot

Dealing with breakups is not easy. When social media influencer Nina finds out that her boyfriend is cheating on her, just before their big getaway to Aspen, she is livid, and is determined to go on a getaway. When a work trip beckons her to Salvador, she rounds up her friends for a trip of the lifetime, as they decide to make the most of Carnaval. And, along the way, Nina realizes that there is more to life than just living through moments on a screen.

The official synopsis reads, "The digital influencer Nina discovers a video of her boyfriend's betrayal going viral and, to overcome the breakup, she uses her contacts to travel to Salvador during Carnaval, all -inclusive, together with her three best friends."

Bruna Inocencio, Giovana Cordeiro, Gkay and Samya Pascotto, as seen in 'Carnaval' (Courtesy: Netflix)

Cast

Giovana Cordeiro

Giovana Cordeiro plays Nina, the movie's lead. A Brazillian actress, Cordeiro's works include 'Rock Story', 'Two brothers', 'The Other Side of Paradise', 'Workout: Brazilian Lives', 'summer 90', 'Help, I Became A Girl!' and 'My Blood Boils for You'.



 

Bruna Inocencio

Bruna Inocencio play the role of Mayra. Inocencio is an actress, whose previous works include 'A Life Worth Living'.



 

Gkay

Gkay plays the character of Michelle in the movie. Her full name is Gessica Kayane Vasconcelos Rock, but she is popularly known as Gkay. An influencer and an actress, she grew in popularity online thanks to her comedic timing.



 

Samya Pascotto

Samya Pascotto plays the character of Vivi. Pascotto began her career in theater and soon moved on to television. Some of her TV works include 'Julie and the Ghosts', 'Good Blood', 'Neighbors', 'Paradise Building', 'Me, She and a Million Followers' and 'All the Women of the World'.

Flavia Pavanelli

Flavia Pavanelli plays the role of Luana. She is an actress, model and social media influencer. Pavanelli began her career as a child model. Later in 2013, she began her career as a fashion and beauty blogger and YouTuber, having launched her channel Blog Da Flavinha.



 

Director

Leandro Neri is a Brazilian director. His works include 'Family relationships', 'the patroness', 'Now It's They,' 'the moon told me', 'Geral.com', 'Holiday camp That kiss' and 'Apocalypse'.

Trailers

In a bright trailer that is sure to leave you riddled with wanderlust, join Nina and her friends as they take on Salvador during the best time of the year -- Carnaval! When the city turns into one big party, these four friends let go of their inhibitions and make memories worth a lifetime while learning a few very important lessons about life and love along the way. 

The caption shared alongside the trailer reads, "There's nothing better than bouncing back after a betrayal with your best friends in an all-paid-for, all-access, all-you-can-do trip to Salvador during Carnaval."



 

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